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ONLINEStory of Our Community: Conversation With Ari Fertig

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Ari Fertig of the New England Jewish Labor Committee (Courtesy photo)

Join us for the third in a series in which JCRC executive director Jeremy Burton sits down with colleagues who are the regional and local professional leaders of the member organizations that make up our community relations council. Please join us as we showcase the breadth of our community, learn about the diversity of our members and lift up the valuable work achieved by our community’s organizational network.

Ari Fertig, Executive Director, New England Jewish Labor Committee

Ari Fertig joined the New England Jewish Labor Committee in 2019. Before that, Ari was with The Conversation US (TCUS) as manager of university editorial relations, handling relationships with over 50 college and university member media teams and successfully pitching TCUS member articles to The Washington Post, Newsweek, The Atlantic, Fortune, The New Republic, Scientific American, U.S. News & World Report and many other outlets. His organizing experience includes stints as regional field organizer on the Committee to Elect Bill Keating, campaign manager on the Committee to Elect Michael Day and deputy campaign manager on the Committee to Elect Jason Lewis, and as a health reform campaign organizer and later as information and marketing coordinator with Health Care For All. Ari was a JOIN for Justice Fellow and a FrontLine Leadership Academy Fellow.

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